One thousand white women [sound recording] [the journals of May Dodd : a novel] / Jim Fergus.
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|Hughes Library||CD F FER (Text)||32378002920579||Adult Audiobook||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1572705256
- ISBN: 9781572705258
- Physical Description: digital ; 4 3/4 in. 12 sound discs (15 hr.) :
- Publisher: Auburn, CA : Audio Partners, p2006.
|General Note:|| Subtitle from container.
Complete & unabridged.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Read by Laura Hicks.
|Summary, etc.:|| An Indian request in 1854 for 1,000 white brides to ensure peace is secretly approved by the U.S. government in this alternate-history novel. Their journey west is described by May Dodd, a high-society woman released from an asylum where she was incarcerated by her family for an affair.
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